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by Goran Paskaljevic


The story of a retired music professor who discovers his true origins under unusual circumstances. A metal box containing documents is found on the site of a former Nazi World War II concentration camp. It was buried in 1941 by inmate Isaac Weiss, a composer. Besides finding out that Weiss was his real father who gave him away to friends before being taken to the camp, the professor discovers the little-known truth about Judenlager Semlin camp, one of the worst Nazi execution sites in the heart of contemporary Belgrade.

international title: When Day Breaks
original title: Kad svane dan
country: Serbia, Croatia, France
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Goran Paskaljevic
release date: RS 17/08/2012, FR 26/11/2014
screenplay: Goran Paskaljevic, Filip David
cast: Mustafa Nadarević, Predrag Ejdus, Nebojša Glogovac
cinematography by: Milan Spasic
film editing: Kristina Pozenel
art director: Milenko Jeremić
costumes designer: Marina Vukasovic-Medenica
music: Vlatko Stefanovski
producer: Jelica Rosandic, Goran Paskaljevic, Damir Terešak, Ilann Girard
production: Nova Film, Maxima film, Arsam
distributor: Mica Films
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